Addition Missing Addends Word Problems-
Hands on and Engaging! Each part of this pack will teach children to visualize missing addend word problems. They are engaged with hands on tasks and manipulatives throughout every page of this pack. As always it has multiple levels and is differentiated every step of the way!
This center can be used this as a center, small group, or whole group instruction. Use this center with colored unifix cubes or counters. Students read the adorable ocean themed task card. They will work it out on the fish tank work mat using the manipulatives. Students are able to visualize and solve for the missing addend. Then they will the create the addition problem in bubbles. When they have solved and checked their work they can record it on the worksheet provided. Word Problems range in ability level to help reach all of your students. If that isn’t enough there are fill in the blank task cards you can use to make missing addends as simple or as difficult as you need them to be to reach every student! This is differentiation at it’s cutest!
Also included is 30 worksheets!
Use these worksheets to help reinforce skills. Students will work on missing addends with visuals. They will be asked to color, draw, cut, and glue. These worksheets are adorable and engaging. The level of the worksheets get harder as the packet goes on. The worksheets start with all the visuals the students need to help develop an understanding of missing addends. Choose the worksheet that is right fit for you classroom or student(s). There is even a create your own worksheet. Use this to create a perfectly leveled problem for each student in your classroom. Even better, let your students create the word problem and trade it with a partner to solve!
-My modified pages, as always, look very similar to their sister page. I do not have any number or indication on the worksheet that it is a lower level. These worksheets are meant to meet the students at their level, encourage learning, and raise their self esteem. They are modified by a special education teacher for use in the general education classroom!
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